Celebrations and Announcements

Capstone project created to support first-generation students 

Regis College senior Alma Borunda-Granillo, a double major in Communications and Peace and Justice, has created a website for first-generation students to help them navigate through college. Alma consulted with peers and others to learn what information would be most helpful. The project has been very well received. You can explore the website here 

Regis College Faculty Lecturer of the Year - Dr. Amy Schrier 

Dr. Amy Schrier of the Biology Department has been elected the 2023 Faculty Lecturer of the Year for her outstanding achievement in publishing. Her scholarship revolves around the environmental impact on the behavior and habitat of various species and since the beginning of 2020, Dr. Schreier has co-authored 18 journal articles and book chapters. 

Regis jumps four spots in ranking for Best Online bachelor's degree in computer science  

Congratulations to the online Computer Science program in Anderson College of Business and Computing! From 2022 to 2023, the program moved up four spots in University HQ’s rankings.  
RN to BSN program ranked #1 in Colorado by Nursing advocacy organization 

Regis University's online RN to BSN program has been recognized as the best in Colorado for 2023 by registerednursing.org, a nursing advocacy organization.  

Nursing programs were assessed on several factors which represent how well a program supports students during school, towards licensure, and beyond. You can learn more about the methodology used here.  

RegisteredNursing.org is a nursing advocacy organization committed to providing nurses and students with the information they need to help them succeed. The organization recognizes the hard work and dedication that goes into maintaining a high-quality online nursing program, and applauds Regis’ faculty, staff, and students for their efforts in achieving this recognition.

Rangers offer assistance to Grand Canyon University

In case you missed this fun story about our awesome Athletics folks stepping in to offer assistance for the visiting Grand Canyon University men’s basketball team — it is worth checking out! Go Rangers!  

Learning Commons recruiting student tutors, writing coaches

The Learning Commons is currently recruiting students from across the curriculum to serve as tutors and writing coaches for the 2023/24 academic year. We look for students who excel in their coursework, can explain complex material and concepts, model effective study skills, have good interpersonal skills, and can work with Regis’ diverse student body. We rely on faculty and staff recommendations to build the best support for each department, so we appreciate your assistance and insights.

Please email us the names of students you know who fit these criteria and indicate if they would be eligible to be a subject tutor, a writing coach, or both, and we will contact the students to gauge interest and set up interviews.

Please feel free to forward this request to anyone in your department who would be willing to recommend students or let us know whom we should reach out to. Let us know if you have any questions or if you’d like to meet to chat about recommendations.

Thank you for your time and assistance!

Tutoring Manager, CharLee Toth

Writing Center Manager, Ameeta Scott


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